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Is Reintegration Therapy Right For My Child?

Whether before, during, or after a divorce, a parent may lose contact with their child for a variety of reasons. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the parent can no longer reconnect with his or her little one. Reunification between parent and child can happen naturally, or it may be aided...
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LGBT Adoption Laws In Colorado

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people have more legal rights today, especially when it comes to family law. In Colorado, LGBT individuals and couples can seek to adopt a child the same way that traditional parents can. However, the legal landscape may still be susceptible to change when it...
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What Happens At An Initial Status Conference?

The initial status conference (ISC) is the very first court date in a family law case, whether it’s divorce, child custody, order modification, or the like. Though it isn’t a hearing, this meeting is mandated by law, and all parties and their lawyers must attend it. What happens at this...
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Child Custody When One Parent Is A Non-US Citizen

Does citizenship or immigration status affect a parent’s chances of obtaining custody of their child? This is a question you may be asking if you or your spouse is a non-US citizen residing in Colorado, and you are legally separating. The short answer is no – being an immigrant or...
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Termination of Parental Rights in Colorado

When an individual’s parental rights are terminated, he or she is no longer financially obligated to his or her child. In addition, the parent no longer has rights to see the child or to make any decisions regarding the child’s medical care, religious instruction, care, or any other aspect concerning...
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What Does Child Support Cover In Colorado?

Whether or not you and your spouse are staying together, your child relies on parental care during their growing-up years. This is the purpose of child support – the money is paid not to financially boost either parent but to provide your young one with the means to survive and...
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How To Get Emancipated In Colorado

Emancipation is a legal change when a person is lawfully considered an adult in certain ways. When a minor is emancipated, it means they are free from parental guardianship and are fully responsible for supporting themselves. In Colorado, the age of majority – or the age at which a person...
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